Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’
Facebook is mulling a plan to deploy high-altitude drones to provide Internet access.
Facebook gobbled up messaging service WhatsApp with an eye-popping cash-and-stock deal.
Created in 2004, the world’s biggest social network is finding its path as a maturing company.
Advertisers would pay $2 million a day to reach all Facebook users between 18 and 54.
Facebook said Tuesday it received more than 25,000 government data requests in the first half of 2013.
Researchers found time with Facebook made study subjects more unhappy — the opposite of actual human contact.
Social networking giant Facebook Wednesday briefly breached its 2012 IPO price of $38 a share.
Facebook’s new “graph search” allows users to mine the social network’s trove of experiences.
The people have spoken — Mark Zuckerberg has been voted as America’s most popular CEO.
A new report shows young Silicon Valley executives like Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin are generous with their money toward charity.
Facebook’s Graph Search allows strangers to discover information about you that you may not have intended them to find.
Facebook announced a new tool to allow users to query their friends’ and public data on the huge social network.
Mark Zuckerberg’s sister tweeted her frustration when a family photo went viral after being posted as ‘public’ on Facebook.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed two bills that make it illegal for employers and colleges to demand access to our social media.
If you’re going to successfully sue somebody, you might as well go hard or go home. Right?
Spend the weekend cuddling your pet tiger? Or selling a tank for your alligator? If you did it online, look out.
The City paid $2,000 in hotel charges for a boastful prostitute who sunk her own chances to convict her accused pimp.
Mischievous hackers posted phony Facebook status updates for several Major League Baseball teams, including the Giants.
The rumbling of a shuttle picking up commuters near your San Francisco home is actually the sound of your property value going up.
Facebook showers its
likes dollars on both sides of the aisle, starting with House Speaker John Boehner.
In a step closer to Facebook’s complete social network world domination, the company announced they will be buying Instagram for a cool $1 billion.
Facebook’s impending IPO has led to the social giant to boost its credit line well into the billions of dollars.
Facebook’s resident graffiti artist chose stock over cash for his work. Now, his shares are now worth nearly $200 million.
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